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[00:00:00] Though, no fewer than four people, humans with ovaries. Women asked me in the last 10 days about their bloating, pain, and pressure typically in their pelvis. That's why they're asking me. But what I say to all of them is the same thing I'd say about any complaint you have, it's likely nothing, but let's check it out.
Because that all at once comes down the nervous system, but also leaves no room for like, oh honey, it's no big deal cuz we're gonna check. How would one check out bloating, pain, or pressure? You need to make sure that both organ systems are gonna be addressed, meaning your GI tracked, so you can see a GI doctor who will decide, do you need an abdominal ultrasound, abdominal ct, upper endoscopy, to look in your stomach or something to look at your bowels, like a colonoscopy, and then your gynecologist to look at your pelvis because they will order, most likely the pelvic ultrasound.
Look at your uterus, to look at your ovaries to make sure there's nothing there. The likelihood of a being ovarian cancer is small, but you have to get it checked out so that we can find the small group of. Like me who have it so that we can cure it early.